Bitcoin is slowly but surely establishing itself as a payment system. The cryptocurrency has officially been recognized as a legal method of payment in Japan and many businesses around the world are already using it for their daily transactions. There is not doubt its significance can no longer be ignored. But the virtual currency is not regulated by a central bank. The price of bitcoin at any given moment is the product of people’s attitude and expectations towards it, which makes it extremely volatile. That is why we think Elliott Wave analysis is the right tool for the job, when analyzing and predicting it.
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Bitcoin Crashes. Is the SEC to Blame?

This looks like another terrifying week Bitcoin investors will have to suffer through. The price of the biggest cryptocurrency has been in a tailspin in the last couple of days. After the bulls could not breach the resistance of $11 780 on Monday, a sharp selloff dragged BTCUSD to as low as $9 450 by…

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Litecoin Bulls Searching for Fibonacci Support

Litecoin, the fifth largest cryptocurrency by market cap, reached its all-time high in mid-December, 2017, accompanied by most other virtual tokens, including the biggest one in the face of Bitcoin. The following crash, which erased almost 70% of Bitcoin’s market cap, wiped out over 71% of Litecoin’s capitalization after the price dropped from over $370…

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Ahead of Facebook’s Crypto-Ban and Bitcoin’s Plunge

The hottest investment of 2017 has been the worst one in 2018 so far. Bitcoin, still the largest cryptocurrency by market cap out there, is down by over 50% from its $19 666 all-time high in December, after losing more than 30% in January alone. February starts in a similar fashion – with a 750-dollar…

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Dash Crashed Right On Schedule. What’s Next?

This week’s crash in the price of Bitcoin dragged virtually all other cryptocurrencies down with it. The total capitalization of the entire crypto market was down by almost $400 billion at one point on January 17th. Dash, currently the eleventh largest virtual currency, was no exception, falling from a high of $1247 to as low…

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Bitcoin Bloodbath Was Ten Days in the Making

So far, 2018 is definitely not what crypto investors were hoping for. The entire cryptocurrency market crashed yesterday as each coin lost between 15% and 40% of its market capitalization. Bitcoin, the biggest virtual currency out there, could not escape the bloodbath, as well. BTCUSD fell to an intraday low of $10 162 for a…

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Ripple’s Rally Still Has Room to Run

Ripple, the only major cryptocurrency that is centralized, briefly became the second largest after Bitcoin, after its price rose from below 20 cents a coin on December 8th, 2017, to over $3.31 by January 4th, 2018. As of this writing, it has been surpassed by Ethereum again, but it still maintains a total market capitalization…

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4 Tips to Invest Safely in Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple

Scams, hacking and cryptocurrency exchanges going bankrupt have plagued the cryptocurrency community and have spooked investors in 2017. The picture for 2018 probably won’t change too much. Many traders using our services at ewminteractive.com have been interested in trading bitcoin, ethereum, ripple and other altcoins so we decided to find out how they can protect…

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Dash Intraday Pattern Points South

Similarly to most other cryptocurrencies, Dash had an amazing 2017, climbing to as high as $1569 in December. However, the second half of last month was not that good, after DSHUSD fell by nearly 49% to $801 per coin by December 22nd and still has not been able to fully recover. As the tenth largest…

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Bitcoin is Not a Bubble, Because… Oh, Really?

Bitcoin is everywhere you look these days. From bank officials, to hedge fund managers, to IT specialists, people with different professions, level of education, interests and investing experience are talking about Bitcoin. And who can blame them – the virtual currency is conquering milestone after milestone, climbing from $8000 to over $11 000 in just…

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ETHUSD’s Phenomenal Rally Cannot Last Forever

The market capitalization of Ethereum, the largest cryptocurrency after only Bitcoin, is currently in the vicinity of $46 billion with its price hovering around $470 per coin. Two months ago, though, things were not looking that good for the bulls. On September 14th, ETHUSD was closer to $270, wandering in no man’s land between the…

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Dash’s Bullish Reversal Was Worth Waiting For

On October 5th, Dash was the sixth largest cryptocurrency with a market cap of roughly $2.3 billion. Over a month later, it is still sixth, but in such a short time has managed to add another billion dollars to its capitalization, which currently stands at $3.3 billion, after DSHUSD rose to nearly $500 per coin…

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Not Your Ordinary Bitcoin Pullback…

The price of Bitcoin reached a new all-time high of $7888 two days ago, making the biggest cryptocurrency in the world even bigger by taking its market capitalization to roughly $130 billion. Today, Bitcoin’s market cap is reduced to $110 billion after its price plunged to $6490 as of this writing. Crypto traders are used…

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Bitcoin’s Resiliency Exceeds Expectations

It is no secret that we have been skeptical about Bitcoin’s uptrend going forward for while now. We still are. The price is up by over 600% this year, showing all signs of a bubble. This, however, does not mean we have turned bearish just like that. The Elliott Wave Principle proved to be a…

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Elliott Wave Setup Sends Bitcoin to All-Time High

Ever since it climbed to $6180, Bitcoin has been rather indecisive. The price of the biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization fell to $5366 at one point on October 25th. Fortunately, it was Wednesday, which means it was time for our mid-week update. In a single .pdf file we provided a short-term update on all seven…

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Elliott Wave Pattern Gives NEO Bulls Hope

As of today, NEO is the ninth largest cryptocurrency, closely following BitConnect and closely followed by Monero. With a market capitalization of less than $1.4 billion, NEO is hardly as important as Bitcoin, which exceeded the $100 billion mark last week, but this does not mean it cannot offer some interesting opportunities. The price of…

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